A calendar of some of the notable events and dates in the history of the United States during the Roosevelt Administration.



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Labor Unions
Back of the Yards
Butte Remembers Big Bill Haywood
Company Unions and the A. F. of L.
Deadhead: A Pullman Porter Steps Out of Character
Harry Bridges: Rank-and-File Leader
Minneapolis--One Year Later
Negro Wage Earners and Trade Unions
Negro Workers and Organized Labor
Report of Otis Nation, Organizer, O.T.F.U, U. C. A. P. A. W. A.
Report, Brooklyn, New York, November 24, 1934
Report, Clarksburg, West Virginia, December 1, 1934
Report, Morgantown, West Virginia, November 18, 1934
SECTION 7-A: The Clash Over the Most Disputed Clause in the Recovery Act
Six Significant Strikes of 1941
Tares in the Wheat
Testimony of Otis Nation, Director, O.T.F.U.
The Detroit Strike
The News Writers Form a Union
The Pullman Porters Win
The San Francisco Waterfront
The State of the Unions
Waiting for Lewis
Want a Factory?
White-Collar Strike
Workers Should Join Trade Unions